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Santa Cruz Island

4 star rating: Recommended 24 Reviews

Santa Cruz is easily the most central island for Galapagos visitors. Welcoming overnight visitors (only four of the islands do so), it can serve as the perfect ...  Read more

Bartolome Island

4 star rating: Recommended 18 Reviews

Isla Bartolome, located off the east shore of Sullivan Bay, is a small but beautiful island most famous for its iconic Pinnacle Rock, arguably one of the most ...  Read more

Seymour Island

4 star rating: Recommended 18 Reviews

Not to be confused with the island of South Seymour, more commonly referred to as Baltra (the location of the main Galapagos airport, as well as a military ...  Read more

Tortuga Bay Beach

3 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

This white sandy beach area is one of the most famous in the Galapagos, both for its beauty and for its wildlife. Sightings of marine iguanas, sea lions, ...  Read more

Limpiopungo Lagoon

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

Like a mirror that reflects the beauty of the surrounding peaks, Limpiopungo Lagoon, tucked in a valley of the Cotopaxi National Park at over 12,400 feet ...  Read more

Casa Del Arbol

In the Ecuadorian wilderness near Baños de Agua Santa lies a small seismic monitoring station that has capitalized on its perfect location on a mountain ...  Read more

Pululahua

Only two craters in the world are inhabited—and Pululahua is one of them. Essentially a fog-filled, fertile bowl set 9,000 feet in the sky, Pululahua is the ...  Read more

Avenue of the Volcanoes

South of Quito, two parallel mountain ranges run from north to south along a 124-mile (200-km) route where more than a dozen of Ecuador’s volcanoes are found. ...  Read more

Calle La Ronda

In downtown Quito, you’ll find the essence of the city along the emblematic street affectionately called Calle La Ronda. Visiting this pedestrian street at ...  Read more

Cerro Brujo

Cerro Brujo or “Wizard’s Hill” is one of the best white sand beaches in the Galapagos for walking, bird watching and encountering wildlife. It gets its name ...  Read more

El Altar Mountain

El Altar Mountain, called Kapak Urku (meaning “sublime mountain” in the indigenous language), is an extinct volcano on the western side of the Sangay National ...  Read more

El Panecillo

Squint south towards the old town from Quito center and you can’t miss El Panecillo, a hill that does indeed resemble a panecillo (bread roll), and the ...  Read more

El Sagrario

Technically, El Sagrario is the chapel that’s physically attached to Quito’s Old Town Cathedral. Thanks to its separate entrance, however, and ornate, stone ...  Read more

Fernandina Island

The unique island of Fernandina is found on the west side of Isla Isabela, and is one of the least visited islands in the Galapagos. Its active volcanic state ...  Read more

Garrapatero Beach

One of Santa Cruz’s most peaceful and tranquil settings, the 3 kilometers (1.8 miles) of sand that compose El Garrapatero Beach is a tropical paradise. It is ...  Read more

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